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What happened at Lagos audition…. BBNAIJA

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Several aspirants at the ongoing audition for the fourth season of the TV reality show, Big Brother Naija (BBNaija), holding at the Lagos centre on Friday expressed mixed feelings on whether they would scale the hurdle or not.

Some said that because of the mammoth crowd, they might not make it while others were very optimistic of getting the ticket into the BBNaija House at the end of the day.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that a large number of people had turned out for the audition taking place at D’Podium International Event Centre, Ikeja, Lagos State.

NAN correspondents who were at the event centre, observed that the security personnel there were having a hectic time in controlling the crowd.

Some were trying to jump the queue and scaled the fence in order to gain access to the venue.
Some of the aspirants told NAN that they arrived the audition centre as early as 2a.m., on Friday.

Mr. Desmond Okafor, 26, expressed confidence in getting into the Big Brother Nigeria house at the end of the day.

“I have been here since 3a.m., and I still met so many people that arrived before me but that is not going to discourage me at all.

“I’m certain that I will make it through into the house because I have what it takes and I’m pretty sure my efforts will not go in vain.

“The mammoth crowd will not hit my confidence because the avenue is my one way ticket to stardom,” he said.

Miss Elizabeth Nwigbe, a student revealed that she travelled from Ado Ekiti to attend the audition.

“I left Ado Ekiti yesterday and I came straight to the venue so I have been here since 11p.m., yesterday.

“My parents don’t even know that I’m here for the audition but this a certain risk that I must take to achieve a particular course in my life.

“To be honest, seeing the population of people that turned up for this screening can be quite discouraging because everyone wants the same thing.

“But I’m hopeful that I will be picked,” she said.
Mr. Wole Smith, who had passed through the stages of the audition, revealed that he lost out during the previous audition.

“My experience from the previous edition prepared me well for this one so I successfully scaled through the two stages.

“I’m not supposed to reveal the questions that were asked but I’m glad I made it through the stage.

“I’m certain that I will be picked for the main show as I am going to succeed,” he said.

However, some participants lamented about the venue noting that a bigger venue should have been used.

Miss Lola Adeola noted that the venue could not accommodate the crowd that turned up for the audition.

“The centre is a big one but the organisers should have known better that the crowd in Lagos will be too big for this venue.

“Everywhere is so jam packed and the weather is not helping matters as it is hot. May God bless our hustle,” she lamented.

Another one who simply identified himself as Lawrence, noted that some miscreants had taken advantage of the rowdy situation.

“Some people have complained that their phones and other belongings had gone missing due to the rowdiness of the place,” he said.

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I want my life back – Bobrisky cries out after plastic surgery

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Controversial crossdresser, Idris Okuneye, who is more popular as Bobrisky, has cried out over the side effects of the cosmetic surgery he allegedly underwent recently.

The 28-year-old claimed he would be undergoing the procedure to help him have a more feminine body.

However, Bobrisky has now said he “wants his life back”, as he has been sleeping in one position for days.

According to him, “the pain is out of this world”.

He wrote on Snapchat: “I’m sorry I have been off here lately!!! I’m in pain… 360 lipo is damn painful. I want my life back. My stomach is so hurt. My back is gone. I can’t hold the (sic) no more.

“The worst of all is sleeping in one position all day…

“Thanks to my house girl (Rita) for always rubbing my back at night. I love you for supporting me with this journey. I thought I was dying. The pain is out of this world.”

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Sheyi Shay opens up on issues with Tiwa Savage

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Nigerian Idol judge, Sheyi Shay has spread out on her current issues with Tiwa Savage in a Lagos salon.

The popular singer explained the drama that ensued between herself and Tiwa on Tuesday.

Seyi Shay told the Pulse that she’s still surprised at her colleague’s reaction and cannot believe Tiwa’s action stemmed from Kizz Daniel’s ‘Fvck you’ challenge song that went viral and which she (Shay) took part in.

Sheyi Shay explained that she had greeted Tiwa when she (Shay) entered the salon and to which Tiwa responded warmly until the drama began 20 minutes later.

“I walked into the salon, I saw Tiwa and I could feel the tension and I decided to get up because I could see people looking at her and looking at me and I won’t allow people to feed on what is not.

Tiwa Savage, Seyi Shay fight dirty inside Lagos salon.

“So, I got up and tapped her on her shoulder and said hi, she was under the drier, she said oh hi, how are you and we exchanged pleasantries and I went back to my side where I was having a conversation with the shop owner.

“And 20 minutes later, Tiwa came and the drama started. I was so confused and I just said okay and she kept shouting calling me a bitch and talking about the Fvck you challenge.

“We had met before and even taken pictures and she didn’t for once act like that, so I don’t want to believe it was the Fvck you challenge.”

Tiwa had during the incident hurled obscenities at Sheyi Shay.

She said she had not forgotten what Sheyi and Victoria Kimani had done to her in the past.

Recall that two years ago, Sheyi Shay and Victoria released their covers of Kizz Daniel’s hit song, ‘F**k You’, where they had both dissed Tiwa.

In her lyrics, Seyi Shay said, “You know I’m not Savage, I pay my bills.”

Victoria Kimani, on her part, accused Tiwa of prostitution and blocking her from a show.

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Tussle between danfo conductors and drivers in the street of Lagos

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They are going through Iyanaba road on one way because the road is under construction and suddenly there is trailer approaching them… 

Conversation between conductor and driver

Conductor: Oga pack one side make him pass

Driver: Abeg shut up make I hear, you sabi drive? You sabi drive? Answer me ooo.

The driver is reversing as he awaits response from his conducter

Conductor: at least I sabi drive bicycle and Okada… I no try?

Driver: see your head, you no sabi anything.

The passengers are seen laughing at the background.

Conductor: (calling passengers) Mile 2, mile 2

Mile 2, Volks, Barracks.. Enter with your change ooo..

Driver: you don dey shout since, na only 3 passengers dey this bus..  Nawa for you ooo.

Conductor: make I go call them from their house? Abi which one be your own? If you know say you won kon do conductor make you better dey talk now ooo.

Driver: I no blame you, your mouth don dey open too much this days… I go soon drop you…

Conductor: Abeg make I hear, na because you be my Oga na.. (trying to change the topic) Oga na this road you go pass ooo

Driver: Na God go punish that your mouth (going through the road his conductor ask him to follow) You see yeye you, I don talk ham say everything you go ever talk na nonsense… wey you for allow me pass the road wey dey my mind jeje ooo…

Summary: this is the way most danfo drivers and conductors tackle each other at work, If you involve the Agberos issues,your journeys around Lagos will just be like a comedy skit.

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